# Topic 6: Numbers to 100

```Topic 6: Numbers to 100 K 20142015
Topic 6: Numbers to 100
Weeks: 13
Domain: Counting and Cardinality
Cluster: Count to tell the number of objects
K.CC.1- Count to 100 by 1’s and by 10’s
Knowledge Targets
Count (verbal sequence only) to 100 by ones
starting at 1.
Count (verbal sequence only) to 100 by 10’s
starting at 10.
Reasoning Target
Performance Target
“I Can” Statements
Standard Interpretations
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The emphasis of this standard is on the
counting sequence.
I can count to 10.
I can count to 20.
I can count to 100 by 10’s.
I can count to 100.
When counting by ones, students need to
understand that the next number in the
sequence is one more. When counting by tens,
the next number in the sequence is “ten more”
(or one more group of ten).
Instruction on the counting sequence should
be scaffolded (e.g., 1-10, then 1-20, etc.).
Counting should be reinforced throughout the
day, not in isolation.
Examples:
 Count the number of chairs of the
students who are absent.
 Count the number of stairs, shoes, etc.
 Counting groups of ten such as
“fingers in the classroom” (ten fingers
per student).
When counting orally, students should
recognize the patterns that exist from 1 to 100.
They should also recognize the patterns that
exist when counting by 10s.
Topic 6: Numbers to 100 K 20142015
Make sense of
problems and
preserver in solving
them.
Reason abstractly and
quantitatively
Construct viable
arguments and
critiques the
reasoning of others
Model with
mathematics
Use appropriate tools
strategically
Attend to precision
Look for and make
use of structure
Look for and express
regularity in repeated
reasoning
Topic 6: Numbers to 100 K 20142015
Cluster: Count to tell the number of objects
K.CC.5- Count to answer “how many?” questions about as many as 20 things arranges in a line, a rectangular array, a circle, or as
many as 10 things in a scattered configuration; given a number from 1-20, count out that many objects.
Knowledge Targets
Count up to 20 objects that have been
arranged in a line, rectangular array, or circle.
Count as many as 10 items in a scattered
configuration.
“I Can” Statements
Standard Interpretations
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Students should develop counting strategies to
help them organize the counting process to
avoid re-counting or skipping objects.
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I can count a group of objects.
I can count out a set to match a
number.
Reasoning Target
Match each object with one and only one
number name and each number with one and
only one object.
Conclude that the last number of the counted
sequence signifies the quantity of the counted
collection.
Performance Target
Examples:
 If items are placed in a circle, the
student may mark or identify the
starting object.
 If items are in a scattered
configuration, the student may move
the objects into an organized pattern.
 Some students may choose to use
grouping strategies such as placing
objects in twos, fives, or tens (note:
this is not a kindergarten expectation).
 Counting up to 20 objects should be
reinforced when collecting data to
create charts and graphs.
Given a number from 1-20, count out that
many objects.
Make sense of
problems and
preserver in solving
them.
Reason abstractly and
quantitatively
Construct viable
arguments and
critiques the
reasoning of others
Model with
mathematics
Use appropriate tools
strategically
Attend to precision
Look for and make
use of structure
Look for and express
regularity in repeated
reasoning
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Vocabulary